Vacheron Constantin: Long Live the King

Vacheron Constantin: Long Live the King

January 7, 2015
Vacheron Constantin marries artistry and high watchmaking in its latest timepieces, which exemplify the very best in complications and craftsmanship. The rounding of the tourbillon bridge along requires 11 hours of hand craftsmanship As mechanical watch complications go, the tourbillon occupies a class all its own. Unlike traditional complications, devices that perform a function other than straight timekeeping, the tourbillon...
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Cartier: Wrapped in Endless Glamour

Cartier: Wrapped in Endless Glamour

December 17, 2014
Cartier embodies the notion that fashion fades, but style lives on forever with jewelry and watch creations that have defined timeless elegance for more than 150 years. White gold Ballon Blanc A diamond tops the crown The new Ballon Blanc de Cartier collection takes its inspiration from the same spirit of sophisticated style by combining the brandís recognizable design codes...
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Richard Mille: Wave of Innovation

Richard Mille: Wave of Innovation

December 10, 2014
A driving passion for high-tech innovation propels Richard Mille to answer questions that have never been asked - with astounding results. Richard Mille offers its unique take on the regatta timer with the RM 60-01. Colin Chapman, the man behind the success of the legendary Lotus Motor Company, once famously decreed that the ultimate way to make a sports car...
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H. Moser & Cie.: Independent Spirit

H. Moser & Cie.: Independent Spirit

November 26, 2014
H. Moser & Cie. possesses both a legacy of innovation and a forward-looking perspective that makes it one of the most revered independent manufactures operating today. The brand's award-winning perpetual calendar movement is now available in a 40.8mm titanium case coated with scratch-resistant DLC. The new Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Black Edition retains the sophisticated characteristics that define H. Moser &...
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Waltham: A Legend Reborn

Waltham: A Legend Reborn

November 19, 2014
The extraordinary American brand that helped revolutionize the watch industry in the 19th century makes its return with an eye on the future. The Waltham XA's design is based on an historic aeronautical clock. Established in 1850, Waltham changed the way watches were made as the first company to industrialize the production process. To achieve this, it developed extremely precise...
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Cartier: Fly Me to the Moon

Cartier: Fly Me to the Moon

November 3, 2014
Cartier shines with a rare combination of watchmaking artistry and aptitude that comes along once in a blue moon. A spinning tourbillon plays the part of the moon in the watch's exceptional on-demand lunar indicator. The celebrated Parisian firm introduced one of the year's most intriguing watches with the Rotonde de Cartier Earth and Moon. A marvel both inside and...
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